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FOX News
Sep 4, 2010 10:30am EDT
with us. >> good morning, good to be with you. >> i've got to get this straight here, i can hardly believe that the united states government would submit a report to the united nations, blaming america for human rights abuses because of some perceived difficulties with unionization. have i got that right? >> yes, well, it truly is it an outrage. it's really trivializing human rights to put, as you pointed out. one of these things is not like the other. and there is know the a threat to unionization in this country. you have small businesses exercising their first amendment rights, saying they don't want unions, you have many american workers, increasingly saying, we don't want to have job killing unions and we don't want to have to have the-- >> but, barbara. is it accurate? have we submitted. no, no. >> oh, yes, yes. >> stuart: we have submitted such a report. >> yes. >> stuart: our government has linked our behavior in america, the unions, with the north korea and saudi arabia, and linked by our own government to these people; is that true >> our own government put that in the report. th
FOX News
Sep 11, 2010 10:30am EDT
, this is now. fhe former attorney general o these united states back with us now, alberto gonzales. mr. attorney general, . obama has said, o course, he was a leading critic of anof extension of the war on terror iraq and took our eye off the ball and he has now found a way as president to extract us from iraq and focus on ahanistan, but both wars became very unpopular and as mort zuckerman pointed out earlier, afghanistan unpopular now. so back to the argument about fighting terror and whether there's terror fatigue going on in this country. what do you think? >> i think people are tired, they're tired of losing loved ones, quite frankly, neil, and president bush did not anticipate, did not hope, did not want to have men and women fighting overseas indefinitely. he only wanted to order men and women into combat as long as necessary to protect our country. clearly, the conflict in afghanistan is extremely important. we went in originally because the taliban helped provide sanctionry to al-qaeda and one of the things wmbe have to remember, members of al-qaeda, it takes them a long time
FOX News
Sep 25, 2010 10:30am EDT
't afford, isn't that what got us in the huge mess in the first place. hello, i'm charles payne in for neil cavuto. to benstein, adam, the taxes getting stronger and tougher every week, what's up with that. >> there was a dictator in argentina named juan peron and he had a system peronism which was dictatorial. i'm not saying that obama is dictatorial, but a strong arming government along with unions to control the rest of the country and what we're seeing here is a kind of beginning of peronism where the government works with the unions to try to circumvent the law of contract which is by the way circumventing the confusion and trying to control the country by sheer force of numbers and force of fear and there's a very, very dangerous situation. >> it is a dangerous situation. and dagen, you know, ben talks about the numbers, but also the fear aspect of it. remember, the recently sciu some sort of a beat down of a guy there one of these meetings and the intimidation factor, we have it right there, whether economic or physical seems to be becoming more intense every single week. >> right, b
FOX News
Sep 18, 2010 10:30am EDT
. >> he's coming back to you guys and saying, don't look at me as the villain, i'm trying to protect us, longer term for you. do you believe that? >> i believe that he believes that, absolutely. i mean, if there's any good news here, it's this is a state municipal government issue, not a corporate issue. corporations have dealt with this over the past ten years and many said guess what, no more pension benefits of the now, when they did that, they said those of you who have pension benefits you're going to get what you were promised, we put that money in, if we didn't we have to figure out how to do it we can't yank it away from you and that's the big battle is going to be in the state and local governments, is figuring out-- if you've made a promise, the unions are absolutely right to sue to, to litigate the complaint, whatever they can to see that that money is paid. i would say it's a legit battle, neil. and i believe that the legit battle is going forward. >> neil: promises made and promises broken in the private world though, too, and adam was speaking about companies that focus on
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